Many conservative Americans have been soul searching these past few months. Our nation appears to be at a crossroads in time. Will we continue forward with the goals of our founding at the helm, or will we fail to pass the torch?
Our August Book of the Month features Tara Ross’ book, “Why We Need the Electoral College.”
On June 5, we hosted speaker Catherine Rodriguez, a Washington, D.C. Recruiter to share tips on navigating the job market and applying for internship opportunities, particularly during COVID, and what to expect in the interview process.
Our March Book of the Month features Sally Pipes’ newest book, “False Premise, False Promise: The Disastrous Reality of Medicare for All.”
Author and historian Amity Shlaes joined the Center for Conservative Women and the Heritage Foundation for January’s Conservative Women’s Network luncheon.
Our Public Relations Officer, Kara Bell, chats with Cameron Arcand from YoungNotStupid.com about the truth about the gender wage gap and life for women under the Trump administration.
Our Conservative Women’s Network event on Friday, October 4 was an eye-opener to those in attendance as Jennifer Zeng, an ex-Chinese prisoner and religious activist, shared her traumatizing story surviving Chinese labor camps and laying out three important lessons.
What’s behind the advertisements for free health care, child care and college? Who pays for them, and how do they work? Would socialism produce greater social justice for society than capitalism?
As movies capture the hearts and minds of viewers, they also propagate many unwanted messages and regime tactics. Dive into the dark side of the filmmaking business and their ploy to spread socialism.
Sen. Kamala Harris’ recent “equal-pay certification” proposal self-identifies as the “be-all, end-all” for what the left claims is a gender wage gap. But according to conclusive studies and economic research, the California Democrat’s idea is actually a direct path down a nasty road of privacy violations and limited opportunities in the workforce for women.
Can Americans be persuaded to head down the socialist “Road to Serfdom”? The latest Monmouth University poll strongly suggests we can, if proponents hide the socialism label in their policy proposals.
“I sincerely hope … that every American can resist the lure of false promises – so this great country can always shine above the dark cloud of socialism, and avoid Venezuela’s fate.”
Passion, absent serious thought and reason, is childish and futile. It isn’t leadership.
Mark Perry at AEI’s Carpe Diem blog crunches some very revealing numbers.